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Must Read: Kim Kardashian Channels Audrey Hepburn in New Campaign, How Indie Magazines Make Money

And a designer has staged the world's first solar-powered fashion show.
Kim Kardashian channels Audrey Hepburn in all-black getup. Photo: Hype Energy. 

Kim Kardashian channels Audrey Hepburn in all-black getup. Photo: Hype Energy. 

Kim Kardashian as Audrey Hepburn for Hype Energy
We accompanied the "Keeping Up with the Kardashians" star on a press junket for the energy drink in Nashville last month and her campaign has just been revealed. In it, we see Mrs. West channeling waifish '50s style icon Audrey Hepburn, the product of the mysterious photo shoot she took part in last April. {Daily Mail}

Designer stages first solar-powered fashion show
Designer Jessica Minh Anh staged a fashion show at Gemasolar, one of Europe’s largest solar plants. Solar panels from the plant lit the catwalk and powered surrounding infrastructure. Not only was Gemasolar an impressive location, but the designer also hoped to make a statement about the impact of the fashion industry on the environment and climate change. {Breaking Energy}

Amazon Fashion taps Suki Waterhouse
The British model has been named an ambassador for Amazon Fashion in Europe. It's yet another big coup for the seasoned 23-year-old, who has already nabbed campaigns for for Burberry and H&M. {Vogue}

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Ever wondered how indie mags make money?
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